The Indianapolis Department of Public Works launched its 2013 construction season Wednesday.
IndyGo will begin the next round of bus service improvements June 9 with a new route.
An effort to bring 200 talented teachers and leaders to Indianapolis is underway.
Fans will get a chance to meet their favorite drivers and take part in many other events during community day Wednesday.
Visitors to Indianapolis Motor Speedway now face parking restrictions in the Town of Speedway.
The disaster in Moore, Okla., has many people in Indiana thinking: are we ready if a large-scale disaster, like that EF-5 tornado, would strike?
Firefighters from the Indianapolis Fire Department saved two dogs from a house fire on Udell street Tuesday afternoon.
A Galaxy far, far away is calling Indianapolis home for the next three months. Star Wars has landed at the Indiana State Museum.
The small town of Cumberland has come together one day after a fire took the lives of two children, hospitalized four others and displaced several condominium
Schools across Central Indiana say they are prepared to keep students safe during fierce storms.
The American Red Cross of Greater Indianapolis will be sending a veteran disaster volunteer to Oklahoma.
Two city employees were arrested and three others are facing charges after the FBI raided the City-County Building Tuesday morning.
A loud boom was loud enough to be heard in the shower if Harold Gallespie's south side home. When he came outside, he saw portions of his tree resting on his
Two athletic-oriented groups will hold a public forum next week to discuss ways to turn central Indiana into a hub for sports innovation.
The Cumberland condo where two young children died in an early morning fire is boarded up.
Police have located an 18-year-old Indianapolis woman who was reported missing on May 13.